Higher Blood Pressure Prior To Conception May Raise Miscarriage Risk, Large Study Finds

Increased blood pressure before becoming pregnant and early in pregnancy may heighten the risk of pregnancy loss, even if the woman doesn?t have a hypertension diagnosis, new research indicates. The study ? which does not have a cause-and-effect conclusion ? is the first to look at preconception blood pressure and reproductive outcomes in healthy women ?


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